Ludum Dare 36 — August 26th-29th, 2016 — Theme: Ancient Technology

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RGBJam

by npizzle1 - Jam Entry

This is my first game jam and first completed(ish) game in Unity and my second attempt at a game in Unity. Best at 800x600 still resolution issues. I will continue working on this game as I am classing this as a working prototype.

Its a multiplayer game which uses the ancient technology of colour. First to three wins. You can only score when player colour matches goal colour. Players collide and colour is reset. Also never tested with another player!! Let me know how it goes.

Player 1 keys A,D and Space

Player 2 keys J,L and Right CTRL

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Comments

Aug 30, 2016 @ 8:24am

You can add some mixed colors, like magenta (when you you need to hit the both red and blue), cyan (blue and green), yellow (red and green). This will add some more depth to the gameplay, I think.

npizzle1 says ...
Aug 30, 2016 @ 11:06am

Thanks for the feedback. The game was actually initially called colour mix and that was the idea but as I was just getting to grips with finding my way around Unity time caught up with me. I will definatley be spending more time on another version of this game.

Sep 12, 2016 @ 5:45pm

Challenging game! I included it in my compilation video series of Ludum Dare 36, if you’d like to take a look :) https://youtu.be/09-iIm0Xcrg

Yumeito says ...
Sep 13, 2016 @ 12:26pm

This is a really fun multiplayer game:P

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